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Injury claims

Injury claims

Suffering an injury is a painful and difficult experience whether it be a road traffic accident, a fall, an accident at work, an accident in a public place or medical negligence.  

Sometimes people who have been injured are unsure about making a claim. Mark and Sinéad explain the process and give outstanding guidance. 

They specialise in getting maximum compensation for their clients while paying all of the costs along the way.

Property

Family Law

Relationship breakdown is difficult for everyone, including children. We can advise you about your options including mediation, separation, divorce as well as the many other issues that often arise including custody, access and maintenance. 

If you are in a difficult situation and require legal advice please contact us.

Property

Property

Buying or renting a property is usually an exciting and happy event.

However, it is essential that you receive sound legal advice to ensure that you are protected and properly guided through every step of the process.

Employment law

Employment law

Issues arise at work all the time - simple problems can often be resolved with timely guidance. More serious issues, like disciplinary action or dismissal, require expert advice and representation.

We have lots of experience in employment law and can make a difficult situation more straightforward by making sure your rights are protected and you get what you are entitled to.

Wills / Powers of Attorney

Wills / Powers of Attorney

Planning for the future is essential. Making your will or putting in place an Enduring Power of Attorney should not be difficult. We make it easy.

We give straightforward sensible advice in these areas as well as acting to finalise everything after death.

Court / Representation

Court / Representation

We attend court every day on behalf of our clients. We practice in all court areas including District Court, Circuit Court and High Court.

Mark and Sinéad attend various tribunals and other forums where their clients need to be represented.

*In contentious business, a solicitor may not calculate fees or other charges as a percentage or proportion of any award or settlement.